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N.C. Barbecue Restaurant Responsible for 216 Cases of Salmonella

The list of victims, and lawsuits, continues to grow. Those planning on grabbing some smoked meats in the barbecue-crazed town of Lexington, N.C., this week may want to steer clear of Tarheel Q. According to the Winston-Salem Journal,...Show More Summary

11 Dishes That Are Proud to be American

Red, white, and burgers. America is the land of the free and and the home of the brave, and the daring culinary masterminds that inhabit this country don't ever want anyone to forget it. After all, the US of A is where such stunt food revolutions like the Doritos Locos Taco and the pastry sensation known as the Cronut were birthed. Show More Summary

Chris Christie Is Running for President, and These Chocolate Candies Prove It

An attempt to sweeten the idea of a Christie presidency? New Jersey Governor Chris Christie on Tuesday officially announced his candidacy for President of the United States. Christie apparently plans to win Americans' votes the same way some poor sap would try to win a date for Valentine's Day: by sending out chocolates. Show More Summary

Girl Scouts Supports Transgender Girls by Returning $100,000 to Bigoted Donor

How about them cookies? After receiving a jaw-dropping $100,000 donation, the Girl Scouts of Western Washington was overjoyed with the donor's generosity — that is until the organization learned the bizarre stipulation that came along with the money. Show More Summary

Advance to Go; Enjoy a Butter Sculpture of Rich Uncle Pennybags

The Monopoly mascot will be immortalized in Iowa butter. Every year, the Iowa State Fair features a life-size sculpture of a cow, made entirely out of butter. Joining the butter cow is a themed sculpture, which is updated on an annual basis. Show More Summary

Child Finds Fingernail Surprise Inside Her McDonald's Big Mac

Needless to say, she was not lovin' it. A 6-year-old's trip to McDonald's was ruined when she found a surprise under her burger bun, and it wasn't the chain's special sauce. According to the Daily Mail, the Richie family stopped by its...Show More Summary

Yelp-Backed Study Tries to Prove Google Manipulates Search Results

The feud between Yelp and Google continues. Review site Yelp has long accused Google of manipulating search results, and now academics are backing the company's claims. According to Re/Code, legal scholar and former FTC adviser Tim Wu...Show More Summary

Demystifying Dandelion Coffee, the Hippest New Health Drink

Consumed for centuries, dandelion coffee is now making a comeback. Much like a can of O’Doul’s or alcohol-free wine, decaffeinated coffee has always seemed like a somewhat unnecessary (and unnatural) product. While temperance-appropriate...Show More Summary

Would Colonel Sanders Make a Good Senator? Kentuckians Think So

Luckily for current senator Mitch McConnel, the Colonel won't be running for Senate any time soon. After several successful decades serving as the official colonel of chicken, Kentuckians feel Colonel Sanders deserves a promotion to United States Senator. Show More Summary

Why Chris Christie's Campaign Ad Features Olive Garden; Cronut Creator Wins Fancy French Award

A round-up of news and reviews. — Last night on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, host Jimmy Kimmel aired New Jersey governor Chris Christie's first campaign ad in his expected run for the presidency. Apparently, Christie got some funding from Olive Garden for this faux promo. Show More Summary

The 14 Best Lines From Forbes' Profile on Gordon Ramsay's Wealth

He made $60 million last year. Shouty chef and Ironman enthusiast Gordon Ramsay is also one very wealthy chef. Forbes reveals that he earned $60 million last year (even with all of his legal troubles). Writer Adam Brown profiled Ramsay...Show More Summary

National Restaurant Association Comes Out Against Obama's Overtime Pay Proposal

President Obama thinks those who earn $50,440 or less should be eligible for overtime. Not everyone is happy with the new proposed overhaul of current overtime regulations — especially the National Restaurant Association. President Barack...Show More Summary

From Maine to NYC, the Story of Red Hook Lobster Pound's Rolls

Everything you need to know about the famous lobster rolls at Red Hook Lobster Pound in New York City. It all could've been condos. When Susan Povich and her husband Ralph Gorham bought their property in Brooklyn's Red Hook neighborhood nearly 10 years ago, they thought of turning it into an apartment building. Show More Summary

How Brianne Day Is Leading the Next Generation Of Natural Oregon Winemakers

This energetic powerhouse is about to shake up the domestic wine scene. It all started with a tattoo of grape clusters, on Brianne Day’s left arm—inked there to cover up a previous lotus leaf drawing she'd committed to after many glasses of Champagne on the day of her divorce. Show More Summary

World's Worst Restaurateur Follows Customer, Gropes Her in Parking Lot

He also exposed his genitals. Here is how to not win restaurateur of the year: The co-owner of a Maryland restaurant chainlet is facing multiple charges after he allegedly followed a female customer and groped her in a parking lot. According...Show More Summary

Walmart Bakes Customer an ISIS Cake After Refusing to Make a Confederate Flag Cake

"The cake should not have been made." A Walmart in Louisiana is under fire for what its bakery employees will and will not put on a cake. According to ABC News, customer Chuck Netzhammer ordered a cake last Thursday to be decorated with...Show More Summary

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